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In the War Against Gerrymandering, an Army of Voters Meets a Dug-in Foe

MERRILL, Wis. — When the Supreme Court concluded this summer that it had no authority to

Republicans face a mountain of challenges with black voters in 2020 — and Trump isn’t helping

Reps. Glenn Grothman, R-Wis., left, and Will Hurd, R-Texas, attend a House Oversight and Government Reform

The end of populism for Greece? Voters head to the polls with a conservative party expected to win

Greek voters are heading to the polls Sunday for the first time since the height of

Ohio elections chief taps advocates to find inactive voters

Let’s block ads! (Why?) ABC News: US

As Downtowns Prosper, Voters Ask Mayors: What About My Neighborhood?

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The resurgence of downtown Kansas City, Mo., radiates from the luxury apartment

F.B.I. to Florida Lawmakers: You Were Hacked by Russians, but Don’t Tell Voters

MIAMI — The governor knows. The state’s congressional delegation knows. The F.B.I. knows. The Russian hackers

Texas Secretary of State Questions Citizenship of 95,000 Registered Voters

Supported by Texas Secretary of State Questions Citizenship of 95,000 Registered Voters ImageAttorney General Ken Paxton

Young Voters Keep Moving to the Left on Social Issues, Republicans Included

Supported by Young Voters Keep Moving to the Left on Social Issues, Republicans Included ImageMembers of

Voters want to end the government shutdown — and more of them think Trump should compromise

Americans want a way out of a record-breaking government shutdown that dragged into its 33rd day

Voters file emergency lawsuit to stop Georgia governor candidate Brian Kemp from overseeing election

Five voters on Tuesday filed an emergency lawsuit to stop Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp